Indian Subcontinent National Supreme Court Votes & Polls

Candidates cannot be barred from elections based on chargesheets ruled Supreme Court

Today Supreme Court washed it hand and said Parliament should make a law to ensure candidates with criminal antecedents don’t enter public life and take part in law-making Earlier the Ruling bjp government  has contended that the judiciary shouldn’t venture into the legislative arena by creating a pre-condition which would adversely affect the right of Read More…

Indian Subcontinent South India Votes & Polls

Wishes of TRS chief polls dates in Telangana likely to happen EC sources

Election Commission of India is considering holding the Telangana state Assembly elections between November 21 and 26, with November 24 being the likely date. In the wake of large-scale complaints by political parties about irregularities in the voter lists, the Election Commission of India is expected to send audit teams to conduct a regulatory audit Read More…

Asia Indian Subcontinent National Opinion

Vajpayee helped Sri Lanka in war against LTTE : Srilankan PM

After demise of Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee at the age of 93 ., Srilankan  Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe Wickremesinghe made these comments after visiting the Indian High Commission on 19th august 2018 here to sign a condolence book for Vajpayee “Atal Bihari Vajpayee was a “true friend” of Sri Lanka and had assisted Read More…

Europe Indian Subcontinent National

Post Ex HAL Chief views RG calls for RM – Rafale Minister Resignation

State-run plane maker Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) could have built Rafale fighters in India had the government managed to close the original negotiations with Dassault and had actually signed a work-share contract with the French company, said T Suvarna Raju, who was heading HAL till three weeks ago. This is the first time anyone from Read More…

Indian Subcontinent National Voice

Why did modi not buy more than 126 flights if it was cheaper : antony speaks now rafalescam

 For first time former defence minister & Senior congress leader AK Antony on Tuesday accused Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman of suppressing facts on Rafale deal. “It’s unfortunate that defence minister is trying to tarnish HAL’s image nationally and globally,” Antony said while addressing a press conference. He also questioned the Narendra Modi-led government over their Read More…

Indian Subcontinent North India

BJP leaderless mode in Goa push congress to stake claim

Smelling infighting  inside Goa bjp  camp with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar hospitalised, Goa’s main opposition Congress party submitted a memorandum to Governor Mridula Sinha Monday, staking claim to form an alternate government. The move came at a time when the BJP high command has sent three senior leaders  Ram Lal, B L Santhosh and Vinay Read More…

Culture Indian Subcontinent North India Voice

Will BJP MP Dubey wash Modi’s feet and drink the dirty water asks kapil Sibal

BJP MP Nishikant Dubey on Monday faced the ire of politicians and social media after a video emerged in which a supporter is seen washing his feet and drinking that water. The MP defended himself by highlighting an incident from the epic Mahabharata where Lord Krishna had washed the feet of Sudama. As the video, Read More…

Indian Subcontinent National

“Mallaya great escape” scripted by Modi allege Rahul Gandhi

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi took on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Vijay Mallya issue and said that the ‘great escape’ of the embattled liquor baron was aided by the CBI and approved by the PM.  ‘Mallya’s Great Escape was aided by the CBI quietly changing the “Detain” notice for him, to “Inform”. The CBI Read More…

North India Votes & Polls

ABVP win DUSU using EVMs not from EC but private

The student wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS)  The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) on Thursday  won 3 posts , including that of the president,  vice president and joint secretary in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) elections.  Whereas  Congress-affiliated NSUI won only one seat. Ankiv Basoya won the presidential post with a margin Read More…

Indian Subcontinent North India

Hardik ends his indefinite hunger strike on 19th day

Patidar young leader Hardik Patel on Wednesday broke his 19-day fast to end his indefinite hunger strike demanding reservation for his community under OBC quota and loan waiver for Gujarat farmers. Hardik had begun his indefinite hunger strike on August 25 at his residence near Ahmedabad.  Earlier today, Patel had announced that farmers, religious leaders Read More…